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European Starlings everywhere!  They love the bird bath.  Their young don't fly very well at first and I have found them just sitting on the ground.  Had to put them in a tree to keep them safe from cats.

European Starlings everywhere! They love the bird bath. Their young don't fly very well at first and I have found them just sitting on the ground. Had to put them in a tree to keep them safe from cats.

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Robin taking a bath. - I just love robins. one of my favorite creatures! I love their songs!

Starling - Most people dislike this bird but I love them.  They can mimic any sound and I had one that used to "bark" at my feeder if it was out of suet!

Estornell // Starling - Most people dislike this bird but I love them. They can mimic any sound and I had one that used to "bark" at my feeder if it was out of suet!

Starling Ferocious feeders     migrating through the area around April 2013

Starling Ferocious feeders migrating through the area around April 2013

Exotic birds

beautiful hues of blue, green, turquoise, purple, black and gold to their -birds- postboard via the Juxtapost bookmarklet.

Starling - We had a pair of Starlings visiting our feeders.  I was told they could be "bully" birds at feeders but we haven't had a problem with them driving away smaller birds so far.  They are fun to watch.

Starling - We have a pair of Starlings visiting our feeders. I was told they could be "bully" birds at feeders but we haven't had a problem with them driving away smaller birds so far. They are fun to watch.

Stunning Starling - Birds - By TayUK

Photo listed in Animal at West Sussex. Shot taken with NIKON Nikon AF-S VR.

The Common Starling - Sturnus vulgaris, is a medium-sized passerine bird. Its native range is in temperate Europe and Asia.

The Common Starling - Sturnus vulgaris, is a medium-sized passerine bird. Its native range is in temperate Europe and Asia. First introduced in New York's central Park in their offspring have multiplied to 200 million plus.

baby European starling

Thursday, 11 February 2010 - Birds in the snow